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San Diego medical company considers Texas for relocation

The last ten years Texas has been ranked at the top nationally in terms of business. Many companies choose to relocate because of what Texas has to offer.

First class of Paramedics, RNs to graduate at TJC this week

The Tyler Junior College School of Nursing and Health Sciences will hold a pinning ceremony Thursday for its first graduating class of a newly formed Paramedic to Registered Nurse Transition Program.

New Gallery Main Street exhibit to open Dec. 13

Downtown Tyler will be a hub of holiday activities Thursday, Dec. 13 as the Downtown Tyler Museums Alliance holds its fifth annual holiday open house event from 4 to 8 p.m.

ETX legend Willie "Axe Man" Ross dies at 80

The Lufkin ISD community is mourning the loss of a second coach they held dear in the last year alone.

SFA researcher claims progress in developing new anti-cancer drugs

Nacogdoches, TX — The National Center for Pharmaceutical Crops at Stephen F. Austin State University expects to begin testing compounds in a few years that researchers say fights cancer and influenza.

Longview "Blue Santa" Christmas gifts stolen

LONGVIEW — About $1,000 worth of donated Christmas toys and decorations were stolen from the Longview Police Department’s Blue Santa program, according to Police Representative Kristi Bryan.

Dryer sparks fire at north Tyler home

Multiple fire crews responded to a house fire inside Loop 323 on the north side of Tyler Monday afternoon. The blaze took place near the intersection of FM 14 and Loop 323 at 477 Dobbs Terrace.

4 hospitalized following pin-in wreck involving trash truck, minivan

Four people have been hospitalized following a pin-in involving a trash truck and minivan in Bullard. The accident happened just before noon on Cherokee County Rd. 3801 and Hwy. 69, according to the Bullard Police Department.

TABC Investigating Club Where Cowboys Players May Have Been Drinking

Agents with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission are investigating the club where Dallas Cowboys players may have been before a wreck killed one player early Saturday in Irving and left another jailed.

Jerry Jones: "Our Team is Grieving"

In his first public comments about a tragedy that’s rocked his team, grieving Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told Fox on Sunday morning that the team’s focus been on practice squad player Jerry Brown, a former member of the San An